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BRYAN COLLEGE 
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Darkness is emptiness: 
In the night, nothing is real. 

The Light comes, and fills us with love: 
In the day, we can see our fellow man. 

Light comes, and fills us with joy: 
In the day, we are not afraid to smile. 

Light comes, and fills us with hope: 
In the day, we can see the path ahead. 

Light comes, and life is full: 
In the day, all things become new. 





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REFRACTION 




BEGINNING AGAIN 



Every arrival is different. As freshmen, we arrive 

reluctantly in station wagons bulging with teddy bears, 

suitcases, and anxious parents. As continuing 

students, we return with less luggage, but higher 

hopes. All of us eager, excited, and a little scared too. 

For the freshmen, it is the beginning of an apparently 

endless learning process. Four years is a long time 

when you're only eighteen. For the seniors, though, it 

is the last time and college is already beginning to be a 

memory. Four years is a very short time when you 

have a lifetime in front of you. 



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It is not easy for any of us. 
Unpacking, registration, and chapel 
services fill our days. Spare time is 
scarce, and sleep is precious. But 
there is one consolation: school has 
started, and we are on our way! 



Registration 17 




We were in darkness, 
Then, Light came 
And we saw Joy. 
Now we shine out 
Praising the Light 
That came through darl<ness 
for us. 



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HONORS 
DAY 

To God be the Glory! 



Honors Day 21 



LIBRARY 



Academic Hub of the Campus 

Middle left: Mrs. Rebecca Van Meeveren, Head Librarian 

Lower left: Mrs. Harriet Anderson, Assistant 

Lower right: Mrs. Janet May, Assistant 






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David Wright, Assistant Director of 
Library Service 






Library 23 



BIBLE 
DIVISION 

Emphasis is on the Key Center 










Dr. John Anderson, Professor of Ancient Languages 




Mr. Alan Winkler, Ass't. Professor of Christian 
Education/Bible 



24 Bible 




Dr. Irving Jensen, Professor of Bible 





Mr. Robert Andrews, Ass't. Professor of Bible 



Mr, Gary Phillips, Instructor Greek/Bible 



Bible 25 



DRAMA 




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Successful Presentation of The 

Importance of Being Earnest and 

God is My Fuehrer 



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Front row (I. to r.): D. Horner, L. Shiftier, K. Keay, M. VanDeusen, L. Norwood, B. Garn, R. Woodall, A. Basden, R. Wood, P. Hicks. Back 
row (I. to r.): J. Anderlik, P. Chappell, J. Kaiser, H. Kinsey, P. Brown, J. Ashley. 



26 Drama 




President: Darrell Kelley 
Vice President: David Turner 
Secretary: Ruth Wood 
Treasurer: Laurie Shiftier 
Sponsor: Miss Rachel Ross 






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28 Drama 




LITERATURE AND 
MODERN LANGUAGES 

DIVISION 



The Theme is Christ Above All 




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Mr. Kermit Zopfi, Ass't. Professor of German 





Dr. Ruth Kantzer, Assoc. Professor of English 




Mr. Robert McCarron, Ass't. Professor of English 



Mr. Glen Liebig, Ass't. Professor of Spanish 



30 Literature/Modern Language 



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Miss Betty Brynoff, Ass't. Professor of English 




Mr. Frederick Bedford, Ass't. Professor of 
French/Spanish 



Miss Rachel Ross, Ass't. Professor of Speech 



Literature/Modern Language 31 




Dr. Robert Jenkins, Professor of Business/Economics 



HISTORY, 

BUSINESS, AND 

SOCIAL SCIENCES 

DIVISION 

Integrating Everyday Life and an Everlasting Lord 




Dr. Robert Spoede, Assoc. Professor of 
History/Soc. Sciences 




Mr. Robert Wykstra, Ass't. Professor of Business 



32 History, Business/Social Studies 




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Dr. William Ketchersid, Assoc. Professor of History 



History, Business/Social Studies 33 



KAPPA DELTA PI 




Education and Life 

Front row (I. to r): J. Mazunik, R. Strickland, P. Bitner, D. VanAndel. 

Back row (I. to r): C. Rockafellow, M. Ely, A. Davis, D. Frost, 

C. Robertson, L. Mikels, D. Martinez, D. Day, L. Pritt. 

President: John Mazunik 

Vice President: Frank Kyker 

Secretary-Treasurer: Cathy Robertson 




34 Kappa Delta Pi 




BROCCOLI BOWL 



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Dr. Paul Biggers, Assoc. Professor of Education 




Mr. Steve Bradshaw, Instructor of Psychology 




Dr. Wayne Dixon, Ass't. Professor of Health /Physical 
Education 




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Miss Deborah Whitlow, Instructor of Health /Physical 
Education 



36 Education/Psychology 




Mr. John Reeser, Ass't. Professor of Physical Education 




EDUCATION AND 
PSYCHOLOGY DIVISION 



Learning, That We May Teach 




Mr. Robert Larzelere, Ass't. Professor of Psychology 




Dr Mayme Bedford, Assoc Professor of Education 



Mr. Malcolm Fary, Assoc. Professor of Education 



Education/Psychology 37 



BAND 




Praising Him With All the Instruments 

Front row (I. to r): K. Saunders, M. Stephanitis, R. 

Staples, T. Branson, D. Roberts. Back row (1. to r.): A. 

Castlen, J. Rathbun, S. Smith, S. Pursley. 




38 Band 







Front row (I. to r): K. Alloti. D. Kelly, J. Beetem, B. 
Reese. Middle row (I. to r); C. Beck, R. Beck, S. 
Weir, M. Kirtley. Back row (I. to r.): C. Adams, M. 
Hester, L. Patterson. 

Director; Mr. William Boyd 

President: Anthony Castlen 
Vice President: Tom Branson 
Secretary-Treasurer: Karen Saunders 
Head Librarian: Kathy Beck 



Band 39 



CONCERT CHOIR 



Singing With Joy in Our Hearts 

President: Jerry Clothier 

Vice President: Randy Stewart 

Secretaries: Anita Jaggers 

Cathy Jewett 

Becky Stafford 

Treasurer: Kathy Beck 

Stage Manager: Dan Boeddeker 





Front row (I. to r.): C. Coker, D. Hamilton, K. Burtz, P. Coker, J. McCormick, K. Beck, B. Stafford, M. Barrett, L. Barton. Middle row (I. to 
r,): S. Woychuk, M. VanDeusen, C. Jewett, J. Cushnie, S. Bentley, D. Ragland. C. Hamilton, M. Matthews, A. Jaggers. Back row (I. to 
r.): J. Clothier, R. Beck, T. Branson, T. Noe, D. Gross, R. Decker, D. Boeddeker, R. Roberts, M. Hester, R. Stewart, B. Strlne, J. 
Newkirk, D. Roberts. 



40 Concert Choir 




COLLEGIATE SINGERS 



Director: Dr. Bob Neil 



Front row (I. to r); R. Beck, B. Stafford, C. Jewett, R. Stewart. Middle 
row (I. to r.): S. Woychuk, K. Burtz, T. Branson, M. Matthews, C. Coker. 
Back row (I. to r): J. Clothier, D. Boeddeker, S. Bentley, M. Hester. 






ART 
SHOW 

Displaying Our Talents 

Painting: 

Susan Shields— 1st 

Teri Stewart— 2nd 

Rudy Wolter— 3rd 

Ceramics: 

Dennis King— 1st 

Judy Park— 2nd 

Dennis King— 3rd 

Drawing: 

Judy Park— 1st 

Lori Rostollan— 2nd 

Kim Crook— 3rd 

Photography: 

Beth Shreeves— 1st, 2nd 

Coen Gilmore— 3rd 

Sculpture: 

■ Rudy Wolter— 1st 




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Mrs. Mary Holt, Ass't. Professor of Music 

FINE ARTS 
DIVISION 

To Know and to Love the Good 




Mr. Kent Juillard, Ass't. Professor of Art 




Mr. William Boyd, Ass't. Professor of Music 



44 Fine Arts 




Dr. Bob Neil, Ass't. Professor of Music 





Mrs. Ruth Bartlett. Ass't. Professor of Music 



Fine Arts 45 




Mrs. Betty Giesemann, Instructor of Chemistry 




Dr. Phillip Lestmann, Ass't. Professor of Mathematics 




Mr. Martin Hartzell, Ass't Professor of Biology 



Dr. Merlin Grieser, Ass't. Professor of Chemistry /Physics' 



46 Natural Science 




Dr. Willard Henning, Professor of Biology 



NATURAL SCIENCE 
DIVISION 



Appreciating and Applying God's Gifts 





Dr. Ralph Paisley, Assoc. Professor of Biology 



Dr. Richard Barnharl, Assoc. Professor of Mathematics 



Natural Science 47 



DAY OF PRAYER 







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Getting to Our Father Better . . . 

. . . through personal and group prayer 

. . . through meditation and the Word 

. through inspiring speakers Mr. Galen Gall and Mr. 

Raymond Crawford 




48 Day of Prayer 




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Day of Prayer 49 




CONFERENCES 



Each semester at Bryan begins with a 
conference which helps us get the year off 
to a good start. The Fall, 1977, Semester 
began with a Spiritual Life Conference with 
Rev. Manfred Kettering of Orlando, Florida, 
as speaker. The challenging messages of 
Mr. Kettering moved us to examine our own 
walk in the Spirit, The Spring, 1978, 
Semester opened with the Bryan Missionary 
Conference. Once again Bryan students 
were stirred up by the messages of 
speakers Al Piatt and George Verwer, while 
a variety of workshops and informal 
meetings provided indepth views into 
missions and their role in our lives. 





Conferences 51 




Around us, there is darkness 
But through it, Light has come 
Scattered ashes of night 
Fall around us as the Light 
Dawns in our hearts 
and awakens 
our minds. 



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PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION 



We were told it was a "tradition"— an 

unbreakable one at that. Arguing was to no 

avail— we were doomed to go. The traumatic 

experience of running in formal clothes 

through a gauntlet of howling, rice-slinging 

upperclassmen dulled the initial shock of 

meeting our blind dates. After passing 

through that line, facing the long line of 

smiling professors and staff was easy. 

During the skit and slides that followed the 

reception line, we finally began to get to 

know our dates. After almost forever we left, 

and the dreaded President's Reception was 

over. Another Freshman memory was 

complete. 







54 President's Reception 



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FRESHMAN INITIATION 



We were terrified. Countless tales of woe 
and warning, all calculated to set our hair 
on end, circulated among us. We heard of 
electric "hot seats," of being bombarded 
with rotten eggs, and of 20-mile treks 
through the country at 4 a.m. But 
fortunately our fears had little ground. The 
worst we got was the embarrassing 
privilege of acting in an impromptu one-act 
play, or of participating in a chocolate- 
banana pig-out. It wasn't half as bad as 
we'd expected, and when it was over, we 
decided it had been fun— almost! 




Freshman Initiation 55 



FRESHMEN 




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CLASS OFFICERS (I. to r.): David Lamberson, president; Sharon Woychuk, secretary-treasurer; David 
Fry, vice president. 



Adamson, Dale 

Addleton, Nancy 

Alotti, Kathy 

Archer, Dale 

Archer, Walker 



Ardelean, Janet 

Ashley, James 

Barbour, David 

Barge, Mark 

Barrett, Mary 



Barton, Laurel 

Basden, Avy 

Beck, Cathy 

Beck, Ronald 

Beecham, Joel 





56 Freshmen 



Bigham, Dottie 
Bishop, Blaine 
Borja, Diana 
Brooks, Brenda 
Bruner, David 



Burt, Rebecca 
Chapman, Cecelia 
Classen, David 
Cleaves, Francisco 
Coe, Stephan 



Cole, Kenneth 
Collins, Renata 
Courtwright, Allan 
Crisler, Karin 
Crook, Kim 




Freshmen 57 



Dunkerton, Peter 

Dye, Karen 

Ensley, Bryan 

Farris, Jonathan 

Fary, Craig 



Ferry, Michael 

Foster, Douglas 

Fravel, Laura 

Frey, Amy 

Fry, David 



Garlow, Eugene 

Garn, Beth 

Gooch, Mike 

Gross, David 

Hambley, Judy 



Hamilton, Darlene 

Harrison, Bruce 

Henry, Pamela 

Hicks, Phyllis 

Hine. Christopher 



Mines, David 

Hollin, Tony 

Hook, Jenny 

Horner, Dawne 

Huffman, Nyles 



Hunter, Janet 
Keay, Kim 



Kuhn, Teresa 
Lamberson, David 



58 Freshman 





Loveland, Randall 
Loveland, Robert 



MacDonald, David 
Manning, Tina 
Manuel, Michele 
Matthews, Monique 
McClelland, Ronald 



McCormick, Jill 
McCready, Chris 
McNeese, Danny 
McSmith, Dean 
Michel, Suzanne 



Freshman 59 



Miller, Joseph 
Miller, Julie 




Miller, Paulette 
Moeller, Mary 



Mosgrove, Teresa 

Murphy, Karey 

Neal, Wayne 

Neddo, Phillip 

Norton, Sandra 



Norwood, Lynn 

Park, Judy 

Plank, Brad 

Pryor, Charlotte 

Pursley, Steve 



Quijada, RIna 

Ragland, Darlene 

Randel, Mary 

Reehoff, Connie 

Roberts, Daryl 



60 Freshmen 




Roberts, Jim 
Roberts, Rick 
Ropp, Dean 
Rushton, Sue 
Salyer, David 



Sasnett, Todd 
Saunders, Karen 
Schneider-Paas, Arno 
Schoffstall, Betti 
Shreeves, Beth 



Smith, Scott 
Snyder, Lori 
Stanbrough, Paul 
Steponaitis, Mark 
Stewart, Teryl 



Strine, William 
Stroup, Tim 
Thompson, David 
Townsend, Debbie 
Treadway, Joan 



Tubbs, Jon 
Urie, Dale 
Vannoy, Richard 
Winkler, Gloria 
Witherovi^, Donna 



Witter, Stephen 
Woychuk, Sharon 
Young, Heather 
Yover, Deborah 
Zopfi, Carol 




Not pictured: 
Duttey, John 
Irons, Robin 
Lampi, Ben 
Wroten, Janet 



Freshmen 61 



SOPHOMORES 




CLASS OFFICERS (l. to r): Juanita Fowler, secretary-treasurer; David Marvin, vice president; David Zopfi, business manager; Tim 
Cox, president 



Adkins, Betsy 

Aliart, Pennie 

Aldrich, Nancy 

Anderlil<, Jerry 

Anderson, Laurie 



Archer, Carolyn 

Atkinson, Dean 

Bagdanovich, Mike 

Bailey, Rosanne 

Barber, Jonathan 



Barber, Sheila 

Bay, Nancy 

Becker, Tim 

Bitner, Paul 

Boeddeker, Dan 




62 Sophomores 




Branson, Tom 
Brewer, Kensil 
Brooks, Carol 
Brown, Laurie 
Brown, Paul 



Brown, Sally 
Buckley, Thomas 
Bunn, Marvin 
Button, Barbara 
Chapman, Cathy 



Chappell, Paul 
Chilen, Mike 
Combs, Mark 
Cox, David 
Cox, Tim 



DaCosta Correia, Roger 
David, Patricia 
Deaton, Martha 
Depew, Bobbi-Jean 
Detrick, Ann 



Dodd, Brad 
Drummond, Vicki 



Sophomores 63 



Duckett, Diane 
Fain, John 



Felts, John 

Ferris, Carol 

Fitzberger, Steve 

Flanagan, Fran 

Fowler, Juanita 



Freeman, Bonnie 

Fulks, Rusty 

Gadd, Greg 

Garren, Debbie 

Giberson, Nancy 



Giesel, Paul 

Gilmore, Coen 

Goines, Susan 

Gordon, Mike 

Grenga, Faye 



Hamilton, Cheryl 

Hamilton, Connie 

Harrington, Pam 

Heltzel, Ninette 

Henson, Ken 




64 Sophomores 




Hestor, Malcolm 
Hicks, Gary 
Holland, Jim 
Hook, Sharon 
Huss, Rick 



daggers, Anita 
Jenkins, Karen 
Jensen, Robert 
Jewett, Cathy 
Johnson, David 



Kaiser, John 
Kelly, Daphne 
Kinsey, Hartley 
Knox, Justin 
Kultau, James 



Laegler, Karl 



Lax, Bruce 



Loveland, Jeff 



Sophomores 65 



Luck, Margaret 

Margus, Lynn 

Marler, Margaret 

Maroon, Tad 

Marvin, David 



Mathis, Angela 

Merricl<, Michael 

Milaschewski, Richard 

Mitchell, Rebecca 

Morrill, Kathryn 



Morris, Tony 
Parson, Joy 



Patterson, Linda 
Poland, Pamela 



Prentice, Neil 
Preston, Rick 



Puckett, Barbara 
Puryear, Randy 



Puzey, Jay 
Rathbun, John Mark 



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Redden, Beth 
Richardson, Connie 
Robbins, Mark 
Ruark, Ronald 
Ryle, Rodney 



Sayers, Michael 
Shiftier, Laurie 
Smith, Susan 
Somers, Katrina 
Soyster, Jim 



Stack, Sandy 
Stafford, Becky 
Staples, Don 
Staples, Ron 
Swed, Candy 



Swed, Sandy 
Terry, Deborah 
Thomas, Martha 
Thomas, Shannon 
Tinker, John 



Traub, George 
Tromanhauser, David 
Verigan, Faith 
Watkins, Cherie 
Williams, Kathryn 



Sophomores 67 



Not pictured: 

Hoffman, Bob 

Lahdeaho, Erkki 

Noe, Tim 






Williams, Susan 
Witte, Tim 



Wood, Carole 
Woodall, Becky 



Wright, Gregg 
Zopfi, Dav4d 





68 Sophomores 



JUNIORS 




CLASS OFFICERS (l to r): Charlie Goodman, vice president; Kafhy Wright, secretary-treasurer; David Drake, 
president 




Adams, Cheryl 
Alberts, Mark 
Ammerman, Mark 
Ayers, Karen 
Banks, Wayne 



Barnett, Morris 
Beck, Kathleen 
Bell, Larry 
Bentley, Shari 
Berndt, Bruce 



Blatter, Trudi 
Bow/en, Jodi-Lynn 
Bowers, Bruce 
Boyce, Bryan 
Breese, Gail 



Juniors 69 



Brown, Pat 
Bryan. Carolyn 



Bryan, Julie 
Buckley, Mike 



Burtz, Koreen 

Call, Tony 

Campbell, Tom 

Carver. Johnny 

Castleton, Tony 



Chapman, Brian 

Claes, Mark 

Clarke, Eric 

Cleland, Kim 

Coker, Ceil 



Coker, Lisa 

Cole, Richard 

Combs, Antoinette 

Conner, Gary 

Cudney, William 



Davis, Anita 

Day, Debbie 

Decker, Ron 

Drake, David 

Duncan, Lance 



Durham, Candace 

Duvall, Faith 

Duvall, Ora 

Echols, Cheryl 

Ediger, Merle 



Brink, Stephen 




70 Juniors 



Eggert, Peter 
Felts, Stephan 
Frost, Denise 
Gettig, Brenda 
Godbee, Deborah 



Goodman, Charles 
Graton, John 
Grosser, Bob 
Gzanowicz, Helen 
Hall, Glltton 



Hamilton, Leslie 
Hanna, John 
Harbour, Ken 
Harris, Jeff 
Hawthorne, Ralph 




Juniors 71 



Mine, Steve 

Holland, Ripple 

Jefferson, Debbie 

Johnson, Tim 

Johnson, Wes 



Jones, Tim 

Judge, Cynthia 

Kindsfather, Delura 

Kirtley, Mary 

Lewis. Lynn 



Liebig, Lisa 

Martin, Cindy 

Martinez, Debora 

Maxey, Susan 

May, Brian 



McBride, Anthony 

McKinney, Richard 

McReynolds, Kathy 

Meznar, Jenny 

Mikels, Laurel 



Miller, Steve 
Moniz, David 



Mosley, Mike 
Nevi/kirk, W. John 



Padgett, Mark 
Parrott, Donna 




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Parrott, William 
Porter, Eldon 
Prettyman, Steve 
Pritt, Linda 
Quarles, Susan 



Quick, Brian 
Reese, Beth 
Robbins, Alice 
Robeson, Helen 
Rostollan, Joseph 



Runyon, Joseph 
Salley, John TT 
Sanders, Norma 
Sawyer, Tim 
Seale, Ed 



Seymour, James 
Shaver, David 
Shields, Susan 
Skifstad, Jerry 
Sligh, David 



Smith, Evan 
Somers, Pamela 
Spaeth, Donald 
Stevenson, Vernon 
Stev^arl, Randy 



Juniors 73 



Szczepanski, Rose 
Taylor, Charles 



TImblin, Coleen 
Tindal, Telene 




Torbett, Richard 

VanAndel, Dan 

VanDeusen, Merrily 

Vega, Carlos 

Ware, Stephan 



Warren, Jean 
Weir, Stan 

Welch, Judy 
Wells, James 

West, Barry 



Whipple, George 

Wiggers, Jan 

Wolter, Rudy 

Wood, Ruth 

Wright, Kathryn 



Not pictured: 

McGrew, Justin 

Thompson, Mildred 



74 Juniors 








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SENIORS 




CLASS OFFICERS (l. to r.): Rob Jones, vice president; Wilma Mason, secretary-treasurer; Andrew 
Emerson, president 



Armstrong, Christopher 
Biology 
Bailey, Donald 
Business Administration 

Bassford, Charles 
Business Administration 
Bauer, C. William 
Christian Education 



Bell, Jackie 
Business Administration 
Blanchard, Samuel 
Biology 
Blanton, Douglas 
History 
Boggs, Beth 
Biology 




76 Seniors 




Who's Who: Jerry Cline 



Boice. Kathryn 

History 
Branham, Rebecca 

English 
Burt, Louise 

InGO 
Cline, Gerald 

Business Administration 



Clothier, Walter 

Church Music 
Cope, Cheryl 

Elementary Education 
Criswell, Stephen 

Business Administration 
Darby, Allan 

Elementary Education 




Davey, Daniel 

History 
Dingee, Graydon 

Christian Education 
Driver, Millicent 

Elementary Education 
Dunlap, Shelia 

Elementary Education 



Eggert, Timothy 

Biology 
Eldridge, Michael 

Business Education 
Ely, Marion 

Elementary Education 
Emerson, Andrew 

History 



Everett, Judith 
Elementary Education 



Seniors 77 



Ferguson, Douglas 

English 
Flenniken, Mary 
Christian Education 
Franklin, Verna 

English 
Garren, Karen 
Elementary Education 



Gatch, Douglas 
Christian Education 
Germann, Luke 
Elementary Education 
Glover, James 
Business Administration 
Goehring, H. Lynette 
Christian Education 



Gordy, Carol 
English 
Grieco, Kenneth 
Greek 



Grosh, Pamela 
Psychology 
Hall, Wesley 
Christian Education 




Who's Who Upper: Jerry Clothier 
Lower: Jack Bell 



78 Seniors 



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Halvorsen, Lindy 

Elementary Education 
Harris, J. David 

Psycliology 



Hatfield, James 

Business Administration 
Hathaway, Michael 

Accounting 




Heiple, Gerald 

Biology 
Heller, Donna 

Elementary Education 
Helm, Linda 

History 
Hewlett, Donald 

Business Administation 



Hick, Brian 

Bible 
Holt, Beverly 

Elementary Education 
Horton, Lavenia 

Elementary Education 
Ihde, Lyie 

Psychology 



Seniors 79 



Jasso, Janet 
Elementary Education 
Jensen, Karen 
Christian Education 



Johnson, Dorothy 
Biology 
Jones, Daniel 
Business Administration 



Jones, Robert 

Biology 
Kelley, Darrell 
Business Administration 



King, Dennis 
Bible 
Knottnerus, Alida 
Elementary Education 



Koch, Betty 
Elementary Education 
Koch, Donna 
English 
Kyker, B. Franklin, II 
Elementary Education 
Lahdeaho, Seppo 
History 



Who's Who Upper: Linda Liebig 
Lower: Marion Ely 




80 Seniors 



Who's Who Upper: Britt Mishow 

Lower: Dottie Johnson 




Lane, Mary 
Elementary Education 



Levengood, Kathy 

Business Administration 
Levine, Pamela 

Elementary Education 



Liebig, Janet 

Psychology 
Liebig, Linda 

Elementary Education 



Madden, Bonnie 

English 
Martin, Pamela 

Elementary Education 
Mason, Wilma 

Business Administration 
Maxwell, Charlynn 

Biology 



Maya, Sylvia 

Christian Education 
Mazunik, John 

English 
McCarthy, Paul 

Mathematics 
McClelland, Leann 

Elementary Education 



Seniors 81 



McElwain, Patrick 
English 
McKenzie, Linda 
Elementary Education 
McLeod, David 
History 
McMichael, David 
Christian Education 



Merritt, Vicki 
Business Education 
Meznar, Joan 
History 
Mishow, Britton 
Business Administration 
Moore, John 
History 



Murphey, Coleen 
l^sychology 
Nestor, Karen 
Elementary Education 
Newsome, Mark 
English 
Nicholas, Charles 
Business Administration 
Christian Education 



Nicholas, Shirley 
Christian Education 
North, Frances 
History 



Otto, Jonathon 
Elementary Education 
Peterson, Robert 
History 




Who's Who: David Spoede 




82 Seniors 




Who's Who Upper: Cathy Robertson 
Lower: Marcia Tobias 




Posey, Sherry 
Elementary Education 



Post, Carol 
Psychology 



Powell, Cecelia 

Elementary Education 
Robertson, Catherine 

Elementary Education 



Rockafellow, Connie 
Elementary Education 

Ruark, Vicki 
Elementary Education 



Sanders, Nancy 

English 
Spoede, David 

History 
Staples, Timothy 

Business Administration 

Accounting 
Starch, Debra 

Elementary Education 



Seniors 83 



Who's Who Middle: Karen Jensen 
Lower: Dennis King 







Strickland, Reginald 
Psychology 



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Sutton, Wayne 
Christian Education 
Swartz, Anna 
Elementary Education 




Taylor, Howard 
Business Administration 
Thrasher, Deborah 
Elementary Education 



Threatt. Donald 

Bible 
Timmins, Peter 
Business Administration 



Tobias, Marcia 
Elementary Education 

Utz, Lori 
Elementary Education 




84 Seniors 




VanAndel, David 

Psychology 
VanDerPoel, Dorothy 

English 
Vega, Jose 

Business Administration 
Wentworth, Brenda 

Elementary Education 



Wigden, Christine 
Christian Education 



Wolfe, James 
Business Administration 



Wood, Michael 

Business Education 
Woodring, Roger 

Business Administration 



Woodworth, Debra 
Elementary Education 

Young, Dorothy 
Elementary Education 



Seniors 85 










SENIOR 
TRIP 

One Last Fling 




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SENIOR CHAPEL 



Evening Things Up 







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JUNIOR- 
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BANQUET 

A Night to Remember 



Junior-Senior Banquet 89 







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JUNIOR-SENIOR COMMITTEE: 

Front row (I. to r): P Eggert, D. Drake, E, Smith. Middle row (I. to 
r): C. Bryan, K Wright. S. Bentley. Dr. B Richardson. Bacit row 
(1. to r.): M. Kirtley. W. Johnson. 



Junior-Senior Banquet 91 



GRADUATION 



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Graduation 93 



DORM LIFE 



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WOMEN RESIDENT ASSISTANTS (I. to r): M. Ely, L. Anderson, C. Robertson. D. Day, S. Maxey, D. Duckett, K. Wright, J. Meznar. 



94 Dorm Life 







Dorm Life 95 






RESIDENT ASSISTANTS: J. Welch, B. Mishow. 




96 Dorm Life 





MEN RESIDENT ASSISTANTS Front row (i to r): 
R. Ruark, J. Cline, E. Hedin, D. Drake, N. Prentice. Back row 
(I. to r.): M. Newsome, D. Hewlett, C. Goodman. 



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DAY 
STUDENTS 



School for a Day . . . Everyday 







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Day student 101 





102 Married Students 





MARRIED 
STUDENTS 



Bliss and Books 



Married Students 103 



STUDENT 
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CHAPELS 



Spiritual Steering 



Chapels 107 



STUDENT SENATE 







Making Decisions and Trying to Keep Us All 
Happy 

President: David Spoede 
Vice President: Ron Ruark 
Secretary: Jenny Meznar 
Business Manager: Joan Meznar 




Front (I. to r ); A. Detrick, B, Garn, J. Meznar, D. Spoede, R. Ruark, J. Meznar, N. Sanders. Back row (I. to r): D. Lamberson, S. Weir, T. 
Cox, J Mazunik, 0. Drake, A. Emerson, 0. Larson, B MIshow, M. Bagdanovich, J. Wells. 



Student Senate 109 



Dr. J. Wesley McKinney— Memphis, Tennessee 

Mrs. Clifford Norman — Clemmons, North Carolina 

Mr. Robert Norris— Dayton, Tennessee 

Mr. Albert Page— Gaithersburg, Maryland 

Mr. Ben Purser— Dayton, Tennessee 

Mr. E.J. Robeson, III— Chester, South Carolina 

Dr. J.J. Rodgers — Dayton, Tennessee 

Mr. Mark Senter— Jonas Ridge, North Carolina 

Mr. John Steffner — Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Rev. W. Earle Stevens, Jr.— Memphis, Tennessee 

Mr. C.P. Swafford— Dayton, Tennessee 

Mr. C. Barry Whitney— Augusta, Georgia 




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TRUSTEES 



Responsibility is Their Business 

Chairman: Dr. Ian Hay— Cedar Grove, New Jersey 
Vice Chairman: Mr. James Barth— Poland, Ohio 
Secretary: Mr. Morris Brodsky— Fincastie, Virginia 

Dr. C. Markham Berry— Atlanta, Georgia 
Mr. John Cammenga— Dayton, Tennessee 
Mr. R. Don Efird— Kannapolls, North Carolina 
Mr. W.C. Frykman— Wheaton, Illinois 
Miss Ruth Huston— Lexington, Kentucky 
Dr. Karl Keefer— Martin, Tennessee 
Mrs. Fred Kinser— Atlanta, Georgia 
Mr. Lewis Llewellyn— Sebring, Florida 




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ADMINISTRATION 

AND 
STAFF 



Keeping Things Going 

Upper right: Dr. Theodore C. Mercer, President 
Lower left: Mrs. Betty Wynsema, Secretary to 

President 
Lower right: Mrs. Virginia Schmicl^l, Secretary to Vice 

President 






112 Administration /Staff 




Upper left: Dr. John B. Bartlett, Vice President; Academic 

Dean 

Upper right, Student Personnel— (I. to r.): Mr. Kermit Zopfi, 

Dean of Student/Administrative Co-ordinator; Miss Karin 

deRosset, Dean of Women; Mr. Robert Andrews, Dean of Men; 

Mr. Jim Hughson, Ass't to Dean of Students; Miss Cynthia 

Chrisfield, Secretary to Dean of Students. 





Lower left, Registrar's Office— (I. to r.): Miss 
Barbara Howard, Assistant Registrar; Mr. Glen 
Liebig, Registrar/Assoc. Academic Dean; Mrs. 
Josephine Boyd, Secretary to Registrar. 



Administration/Staff 113 





Upper, Business Office-(l. to r.): Mrs, Hilda Daugherty, Bool<keeper; 

Mrs. Wilma Harrow, Accounts Payable Clerk; Mr. Carlos Carter, 

Business Manager; Mr. Vern Archer, Treasurer; Mrs. Beth Cali, 

Cashier; Mrs. Peggy Steele, Loan Clerk. 

Lower left: Mr. Charles Robinson, Ass't. Director of Public Relations; 

Miss Rebecca Peck, Alumni Executive Secretary. 

Lower right, (I. to r.): Mrs. Lori Rostollan, Mail Clerk/Clerical Ass't.; 

Miss Wanda Davey, Director of Printing/Mailing. 







Upper left: Mrs. Debra Wright, 
College Nurse 

Upper right, Admissions Office— (I. 
to r.): Mrs. Elizabeth Otto, Clerical 
Ass't.; Miss Madge Hughy, 
Secretary; Miss Zelpha Russell, 
Director; Mr. Neil Magnussen, 
Admissions Counselor; Mr. Walter 
Seera, Director of Student 
Recruitment. 

Lower, Counseling Services— (I. to 
r.): Mrs. Joyce Hollin, Ass't. Student 
Aid Officer; Mr. David Mercer, 
Research Ass't.; Mr. Dale 
Linebaugh, Counselor/Student 
Work Co-ordinator; Mrs. Mayme 
Bedford, Dean of Counseling 
Service/Student Aid Officer; Mrs. 
Mildred Arnold, Clerical Ass't. 



Administratio^j.'Staff 115 



Upper right, Administrative Support Systems— (I. to r,): Mrs. 

Eleanor Steele; Mrs. Brenda Wooten; Mrs. Gleneale Zopfi, 

Switch Operator; Mrs. Patricia Kinney; Mrs. Shirley Holmes, 

Manager. 
Upper left: Mrs. Elsie Porter, Housekeeper 






Lower left: Mr. Russell Stansbury, Director of Special 'v 

Projects 
Lower right: Mrs. Mary Liebig, Bookstore Manager 




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Upper left: Mr. Jeff Tubbs, Director of Intramurals; Ass't. to 

Athletic Director 

Upper right, Maintenance— front row (I. to r): Mr. Mendel 

Matherly, Mr. Peter Harris, Mr. William Gather. Back row (I. to 

r.): Mr. Burch Porter, Mr. Dennis King. 

Lower left: Mr. & Mrs. Doyle Argo, Food-Service Managers 

Lower right: Mr. Larry Woolen, Supervisor Buildings/Grounds 



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Administration/Staff 117 




Now, we are prisms: 
More than reflecting, we absorb. 
We take the Light 
And separate it into all its parts. 
And from the shattered Light there radiates 
The multicolored spectrum of 
our lives. 



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PRACTICAL 

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Director: Mr. Tom Varney 

"I have come as light into the world that 

everyone who believes in Me may not 

remain in darkness." 

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Front row (I. to r.): B. Bauer, N. Sanders, L. Anderson, C. Timblin, J. Welch, E. Smitti. Back row (I. to r): T. Varney, T. Staples, J. Wolfe, T. 
Cox, K. Laegeler, J. Wells, J. Graton. 



120 PCI 




President: Jim Wells 
Vice Presidents: 

Gospel Teams: Jim Wolfe 

Public School Ministry: Bill Bauer 

FISH: Tim Cox 

SMP: Judy Welch 

SFMF: Evan Smith 
Treasurer: Tim Staples 
Publicity Chairman: Steve Prettyman 
Librarian: Norma Sanders 
Sponsor: Dr. Brian Richardson 
Advisor: Mr. Kermit Zopfi 





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122 PCI 




PRACTICAL CHRISTIAN 
INVOLVEMENT 




issions Irogran 
Pray for 






PCI is devoted to serving Christ througii practical 
involvement with people. The various ministries of PCI 
include Awana Clubs, Big Brother— Big Sister Programs, 
Gospel Teams, Open-Air Evangelism, Jail Ministry, Nursing 
Home Ministry, Student Foreign Missions Fellowship, 
Summer Missions Program, and Prayer Bands. 

The aim of PCI is to glorify God by proclaiming the Good 
News in many effective areas of witness. Truly, PCI is not 
ashamed of the Gospel of Christ!! 



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124 PCI 






Our Summer Missionaries: 

Front row (I. to r): Jill Helsier, Anita Jaggers, Nancy Aldrich, Daphne 
Kelly. Back row (I. to r): Dean Ropp, John Graton, Mickey Merrick. 



PCI 125 



BANQUETS 




Homecoming Banquet— October 1 

Thanksgiving Banquet— November 19 

Christmas Banquet— December 10 

Valentine Banquet— February 11 

Athletic Banquet— April 21 




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126 Banquets 






Banquets 127 



STUDENT 
UNION 






128 Student Union 






Front row (I. to r): L. Germann. E. Hedin, B. Grosser, L. 
Bailey, B. Mishow, D. Classen. Middle row (I. to r): P. 
Bitner, T. Staples, S. Lahdeaho, D. Hines. Back row (I. to 
r): A. Jaggers, S. Maya, J. Hawkins, P. Henry, K. Morrill. 



President: Britt Mishow 

Vice President: 
Activities: Luke Germann 
Student Personnel: Eric Hedin 

Secretary: Jean Hawkins 

Treasurer: Tim Staples 



Student Union 129 




The Main Reason Why Bryan is a "Fun School' 




130 Student Union 








student Union 131 



COMMONER STAFF 



Telling It Like It Was 

Advisor: Mr. Charles Robinson 

Editor-in-Chief: Anita Davis 

Lay-out Editor: Faith DuVall 

Copy Editor: Karen Jenkins 

Photographers: Beth Shreeves 

Coen Gilmore 

Gary Hicks 





L. to r.: C. Gilmore, N. Addleton, A. Davis, D. Ferguson, F. DuVall, Mrs. C. Robinson, B. Shreeves, D. Frost, Mr. C. Robinson, A. Jaggers, A. 
Detrick. Not pictured: C. Lee, K. Jenkins, G. Hicks. 



132 Commoner Staff 




Business Manager: Doug Ferguson 

Typist: Anita Jaggers 

Assistants: Nancy Addleton, Jerry Cloittier, 

Ann Detricl<, Denise Frost, Chris 

Lee, John Rathbun. 
Representative: Mr. Boyce Callahan 





Commoner Staff 133 



ATHLETIC 
BANQUET 



As the Ball Bounces 





134 Athletic Banquet 




Men Co-Athletes of the Year: 

Jerry Cline 

Luke Germann 
Woman of the Year: 

Sandy Stack 

Most Valuable Players: 
Mike Wood— Cross Country 
Louise Burt— Volleyball 
Jim Soyster— Soccer, Defense 
Luke Germann— Soccer, Offense 
Sandy Stack— Women's Basketball 
Jerry Cline— Men's Basketball 
David Sligh— Tennis 

Hustle Award: 
Mike Gordon 






Athletic Banquet 135 



INTRAMURALS 



Fun and Games 






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Football Champions: Seniors 

Men's Basketball Champions: Juniors 

Women's Basketball Champions: Sophomores 

Volleyball Champions: Sophomores 

Softball Champions: Seniors 

Overall Champions: Seniors 



Intramurals 137 




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HONORS 
All American: Luke Germann, Carlos Vega. 
TISA All Conference: Luke Germann, Carlos Vega. 
NCCAA All-District V All-Stars: Luke Germann, Carlos 
Vega, Rocky DaCosta, Brian Chapman. 
NCCAA All-Tournament Team: Luke Germann— MVP, 
Carlos Vega, Jim Soyster. 
NCCAA Coach of the Year: John Reeser. 




NCCAA 139 



SOCCER 



Bryan Boyce 



Brian Chapman 





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Archie Cole 



Rocky DaCosta 



Mil<e Gordon 

Lul<e Germann 

Carlos Vega 




140 Soccer 




NCCAA 

:CER CHAHPIONS 
1977 



We Are The Champions! 



Seppo Lahdeaho 



Jose Vega 





Tim Becker 



Charlie Goodman 



Jim Soyster 
Mark Padgett 
Neil Prentice 



Soccer 141 




Phil Neddo 



Cisco Cleaves 



Bruce Harrison 










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CHEERLEADERS 



Front to back: D. Hamilton, C. Swed, C. Watkins, S. Swed, K. 
Levengood, T. Blatter. Not pictured: C. Chapman. 




Kathy Levengood, 
captain 



Cathy Chapman 



Candy Swed 




144 Cheerleaders 








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The Crowd 
And The Victory 




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Cheri Watkins 



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Cheerleaders 145 



Trudi Blatter 
Darlene Hamilton 










146 Cheerleaders 





VOLLEYBALL 



Front row (I. to r): J. Meznar, B. Puckett, F. 
Flanagan, K. Saunders, D. Koch. Middle row 
(I. to r); D. Whitlow, coach; B. Burt; R. 
Collins; L. Burt; K. McReynolds; D. Thrasher, 
manager; D. Hewlett, assistant coach. Back 
row (I. to r.); N. Giberson, G. Breese, L. 
Barton. 



A Winning Season . . . Again 



Volleyball 147 



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WOMEN'S 
BASKETBALL 



Front row (I. to r.): K. McReynolds, S. Stack, F. DuVall, J. Ardelean, 

L. Burt, B. Branham, B. Burt, D. Garren. Back row (I. to r.): Jeff 

Tubbs. coach; John Tubbs, statistician; M. Deaton, manager; K. 

Williams, statistician. Not pictured: Connie Reehoff. 




150 Women's Basketball 




A Rough Year 






Women's Basketball 151 






152 Women's Basketball 





MEN'S 
BASKETBALL 



Front row (I. to r): S. Weir, manager; M. Eldridge, R. 
Preston, G. Conners, R. McKinney, D. Archer. Back 
row (I. to r): R. Torbett, A. Courfright, M. Hathaway, 
J. Cline, D. Ropp, W. Johnson, R. Wolter, M. Mosley 



Looking Forward to Next Year 



Men's Basketball 153 







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CROSS 
COUNTRY 



Front row (1. to r): E. Seale, J. Beecham, B. 

Grosser, J. Roberts, H. Kinsey, C. Mine, B. 

Berndt, M. Wood, K. Davey, K. Gatch, T. 

McBride. Back row (I. to r.): E. Clarke; J. 

Tubbs, coach; G. Reehoff, manager. Not 

pictured: Jon Tubbs, manager. 



Hard Work is the Key 




156 Cross Country 




Mike Wood 
Kevin Davey 
Bob Grosser 




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Baseball 



Front row (I. to r): D. Hewlett, B. West, J. Vega, R. 

Ryle, J. Miller. Middle row (I. to r.): N. Prentice, P. 

Chappell, P. Brown, D. Tromanhauser, S. Coe, E. 

Lahdeaho. Back row (I. to r.): W. Dixon, coach; D. 

Man/in; J. Cline; J. Holland; T. Hollin; R. Woodring; 

B. Chapman. 



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TENNIS 




Front row (I. to r.): D. VanAndel, T. Stroup, D. Bruner, J. Ashley. Back 
row (I. to r.): Coach J. Reeser, R. Jensen, D. Sligh, S. Ware, R. Wolter. 



Luv is Never a Losing Score 





160 Tennis 




Front row (I. to r.): C. Powell, C. Maxwell, C. Bryan, C. Coker. Back row 
(I. to r.): Coach D. Whitlow, N. Sanders, C. Gordy, S. Michel, S. Bentley. 
Not pictured: S. Stack. 




Tennis 161 




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SOFTBALL 



Front row (I. to r.): A. Courtright, assistant coach; R. Wood, statistician; 
N. Bay; S. Stack; J. Hawkins; L. Helm; K. McReynolds, captain. Back 
row (L to r): C. Rockafellow, J. Hook, A. Davis, S, Dunlap, D. Garren, D. 
Urie. 



Playing to Win 



Softball 163 




MEN'S BASKETBALL 


Us 




Them 


91 


Johnson Bible 


59 


105 


Trevecca 


80 


GRACE THANKSGIVING 




TOURNEY 




57 


Bethel (Ind.) 


75 


88 


Geneva 


86 


73 


Delta State 


84 


75 


King 


88 


75 


Emory & Henry 


72 


47 


Bethel (Tenn.) 


55 


72 


Tenn. Wesleyan 


77 


86 


King 


80 


76 


Milligan 


80 


92 


Tusculum 


70 


72 


Covenant 


66 


77 


Lee 


89 


68 


Emory & Henry 


53 


97 


Johnson Bible 


59 


82 


Temple 


88 


87 


Tenn. Wesleyan 


95 


50 


Temple 


77 


69 


Bethel (Tenn.) 


88 


71 


Milligan 


93 


83 


Tusculum 


89 


90 


Covenant 


iai 


84 


Lee 


103 


99 


Trevecca 
SCAC 


105 


68 


Temple 


69 


87 


Covenant 


88 



SOCCER 



Us 




Them 


3 


Toccoa Falls 


2 





Tenn. Wesleyan 


3 


4 


LeTourneau 


1 


4 


Temple 





7 


Maryville 





4 


Univ. of the South 


1 


3 


Toccoa Falls 


2 


2 


Tenn. Wesleyan 


5 


4 


King 


1 


2 


Temple 


3 


4 


Tusculum 


3 


1 


Covenant 


1 


1 


Cent. Wesleyan 





2 


Grace 


1 


2 


Barrlngton 


1 


NCCAA CHAMPIONSHIP 


1 


Eastern 










WOMEN'S TENNIS 


Us 


Them 


6 


Covenant 3 


2 


Belmont 7 


5 


Trevecca 4 


7 


Covenant 2 


5 


Tenn. Wesleyan 4 


5 


Tenn. Wesleyan 4 





VOLLEYBALL 




Us 




Them 


2 


Temple 





2 


Covenant 





2 


Mid. Tenn. State 


1 





Covenant 


2 


2 


Milligan 





2 


Carson Newsman 


1 


2 


Sewanne 





2 


Seviranne 


1 


2 


Sewanne 





2 


Temple 








Covenant 


2 


1 


Carson Newman 


2 


2 


Maryville 





3 


U.T.C. 


2 


2 


Mid. Tenn. State 


1 


2 


Maryville 





2 


Temple 
SCAC 





2 


Temple 





2 


Covenant 





2 


Covenant 


1 


2 


Carson Newman 








U.T.C. 


2 


2 


Maryville 





2 


King 








Emory & Henry 


2 


1 


West Georgia 


2 


2 


Mars Hill 





2 


Milligan 





2 


Milligan 





1 


West Georgia 


2 


2 


Carson Newman 


1 


3 


Sewanne 


1 


2 


Sewanne 





2 


Covenant 





1 


Geneva 


1 


2 


Covenant 








Geneva 


2 


STATE TOURNAMENT 


2 


Trevecca 





2 


Milligan 








U.T.-Martin 


2 


2 


Covenant 


1 


2 


Carson Newman 


1 


2 


U.T.C. 








U.T.-Martin 


2 




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MEN'S TENNIS 




Us 




Them 


2 


Trevecca 


7 


1 


Trevecca 


8 


2 


Belmont 


7 


6 


Cleveland State 


3 





David Lipscomb 


9 


7 


Lee 


2 





Tenn Wesleyan 


9 


4 


Cleveland State 


1 


5 


Lee 


4 


1 


Tenn Wesleyan 


9 





CROSS COUNTRY 




Us 


Them 


28 


Covenant 


29 


49 


Sewanee 


15 


42 


Temple 


19 


36 


David Lipscomb 


20 


43 


Temple 


20 


18 


Warren Wilson 

2nd in SCAC 

4th in NAIA District 

10th in NCCAA 


41 






BASEBALL 




Us 




Them 


5 


Covenant 


15 


4 


Covenant 


13 


2 


Golden Valley 





12 


Golden Valley 


4 


5 


Temple 


5 


7 


Temple 


11 


3 


Tenn. Wesleyan 


13 


5 


Lee 





3 


Lee 


11 


2 


Temple 


5 


6 


Temple 


10 


13 


Covenant 


2 


15 


Covenant 


1 


5 


Lee 


6 


2 


Lee 
SOFTBALL 


6 


Us 




Them 


15 


Morristown 


14 


8 


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As Editor of the COMMONER staff, I want to 
take this time to thank each member of the 
staff for their individual parts in completing 
this yearbook. Also, I want to thank everyone 
else who helped to make the COMMONER 
possible. Special thanks goes to Jerry 
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Wanda Davey and Lori Rostollan; and to my 
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Photographers 181 





Administration /Staff 112-117 


Philippians 3:14 


Ely, Marion Ruth 


Hathaway, Mike 




Advertisements 168-179 




Abilene, Texas 


Asheville, North Carolina 




All-College Picnic 8-9 


Bell, Jackie Eugene 


Isaiah 54:10 






Arrival/Registration 16-17 


Louisville, Kentucky 




Hatten, Brenda Sue (Wentworth) 




Art Show 42-43 




Emerson, Andrew Franklin 


New London, Wisconsin 




Athletic Banquet 134-135 


Blanchard, Samuel Branlley 


Oklawaha, Florida 


Psalms 37:23-24 




Athletic Scores 164-165 


Buie's Creek, North Carolina 


Galations 6:9 






Band 38-39 


John 1:1 




Hatten, Thomas J. 




Banquets 126-127 




Everett, Judith Annette 


Huntington, West Virginia 




Baseball 158-159 


Blanton, Douglas 


Daisy, Tennessee 






Bible Division 24-25 


Forest Park, Georgia 


Proverbs 3:5-6 


Hawkins, Jan Christine 




Broccoli Bowl 35 


John 6:47 




New Orleans, Louisiana 




BWA 106 




Ferguson, Sebron Douglas 


II Corinthians 3:5 




Chapels 107 


Boggs, Beth Ann 


Atlanta, Georgia 






Cheerleaders 144-146 


West Kalimantan, Indonesia 


Psalms 103:17 


Hawkins, Jean Carolyn 




Choir 40 


Isaiah 41:13 




New Orleans, Louisiana 




Collegiate Singers 41 




Flenniken, Mary Jayne 


Jeremiah 32:27 




COMMONER Staff 132-133 


Bolce, Kathryn Ann 


Charlotte, North Carolina 






Conferences 50-51 


Deckerville, Michigan 


1 Chronicles 28:9 


Heckel, Rex Howard 




Conclusion 184 


Colossians 2:6 




Coopersville, Michigan 




Cross Country 156-157 




Franklin, Verna Lynn 


Ezra 7:10 




Day of Prayer 48-49 


Branham, Rebecca Ann 


Miami, Florida 






Day Students 100-101 


Richmond, Virginia 


Matthew 6:33 


Heiple, Gerald R. 




Dorm Life 94-99 


Deuteronomy 31 :8 




Mamont, Pennsylvania 




Drama 26-29 




Garren, Karen Diane 


Proverbs 3:25-26 




Education/Psychology Division 36- 


Burt, Louise Ann 


Hendersonville, North Carolina 






37 


Yarinacocha, Peru, S.A. 


II Corinthians 6:16 


Helm, Linda Jean 




Fine Arts Division 44-45 


Philippians 4:13 




Salina, Kansas 




Freshman Initiation 55 




Gatch, Douglas Kirk 


Romans 8:37 




Freshmen 56-61 


Cline, Gerald LaMarr 


Augusta, Georgia 






Graduation 92-93 


Mansfield, Ohio 


Proverbs 12:11a 


Hewlett, Donald Robert 




History, Business/Social Sciences 


Ephesians 4:1-6 




Birmingham, Alabama 




Division 32-33 




Germann, Luke Alexander 


1 Peter 1 :3-5 




Honors Day 20-21 


Clothier, Walter Alfree, Jr. 


Nashville, Tennessee 






Horticulture Show 43 


Knoxville, Tennessee 


Proverbs 3:5-6 


Hick, W. Brian 




Intramurals 136-137 


Revelation 21:4 




Victoria, British Colombia, 




Introduction 1-15 




Glover, Mary Carol 


Canada 




Juniors 69-74 


Cope, Cheryl Lynn 


Lynchburg, Virginia 






Junior-Senior Banquet 89-91 


Lima, Ohio 




Holt, Beverly Jean 




Kappa Delta Pi 34 


John 15:7 


Goehring, H. Lynette 


Augusta, Georgia 




Library 22-23 




Fortaleza, Ceara, Brazil 


Genesis 9:14 




Literature/Modern Languages 


Criswell, Stephen Craig 


Psalms 25:4-5 






Division 30-31 


Richmond, Virginia 




Horton, Lavenia Lavicia 




Married Students 102-103 


Psalms 17 


Gordy, Carol Jane 


Arcadia, Florida 




Men's Basketball 153-155 




Baltimore, Maryland 


II Corinthians 9:8 




Natural Sciences Division 46-47 


Darby, Allan Bert 


Psalms 73:25-26 






NCCAA 138-139 


Absecon, New Jersey 




Ihde, Lyie L. 




Photographers 180-181 


II Corinthians 7:10 


Grieco, Kenneth 


Rochester, Minnesota 




Practical Christian Involvement 




Bricktown, New Jersey 


Philippians 1:6 




120-125 


Davey, Daniel Kevin 


Nehemiah 8:10b 






President's Reception 54 


Cambridge, Ohio 




Jasso, Janet Ella 




Reflections 52-53 


Mark 10:44-45 


Grosh, Pamela Sue 


Troy, Michigan 




Refractions 118-119 




Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania 


Psalms 118:6 




Resident Assistants 94, 96-97 


Dingee, Graydon Charles 


1 Thessalonians 4:10b-12 






Revelations 18-19 


Bath, New Brunswick, Canada 




Jensen, Karen Elaine 




Seniors 76-85 




Hall, Wesley Addison 


Dayton, Tennessee 






Driver, Millicent Ann 


Graysville. Tennessee 


Psalms 73:25 




Armstrong, Christopher Joe 


Glenolden, Pennsylvania 


Psalms 28:7 






Findlay, Ohio 






Johnson, Dorothy Elizabeth 




Galations 1:10 


Dunlap, Shelia Ann 
Clendenin, West Virginia 


Halvorsen, Lindy Lou 
Augusta, Georgia 


Athens, Tennessee 
Jeremiah 29:11-13 




Bailey, Donald Lee, Jr. 


Colossians 1:10 


Deuteronomy 11:11-12 






Atlanta, Georgia 






Jones, Daniel Eugene 




John 5:24 






Augusta, Michigan 






Eggert, Timothy John 


Harris, Johnnie David, Jr. 


Philippians 2:16 




Bassford, Charles H. 


Atlanta, Georgia 


Princeton, Illinois 




Des Plaines, Illinois 


Jeremiah 33:3 


II Corinthians 5:17 


Jones, Robert W. 




Philippians 4:19 






Hooper, Colorado 






Eldridge, James Michael 


Hatfield, George James, Jr. 


II Corinthians 10:13 




Bauer, Charles William 


Soddy, Tennessee 


Winston-Salem, North Carolina 






Bricktown, New Jersey 


Proverbs 3:5-6 


1 John 4:9 


Kelley, Darrell James 


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West Palm Beach, Florida 
John 14:1 

King, Dennis Ray 
Baltimore, Maryland 
Psalms 96:2b-3 

Knottnerus, Alida Jane 
Norridge, Illinois 
Philippians 1:6 

Knox, Julian Allen 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

Koch. Donna Marie 
Ephrata, Pennsylvania 
Isaiah 40:31 

Koch, Betty Jane 
Maysel, West Virginia 
Philippians 4:13 

Kyker, B. Franklin, II 
Sweetwater, Tennessee 
Romans 8:28 

Lahdeaho, Seppo llmari 
Helsinki, Finland 
II Timothy 1:12 

Lane, Mary Elizabeth 
Arlington. Virginia 
Proverbs 3:5-6 

Levengood, Kathy Jo 
Dayton. Tennessee 
Philippians 4:19 

Levine. Pamela Jean 
St. Petersburg. Florida 
Psalms 32:8 

Liebig. Janet Ann (Fowler) 
Signal Mountain. Tennessee 
Philippians 2:2 

Liebig. Linda Florence 
Dayton. Tennessee 
Philippians 4:10-11 

Madden. Bonnie Lou 
Rockwood. Tennessee 
Psalms 91:1 

Martin. Pamela D. 
Norfolk, Virginia 
Psalms 91:1-2 

Mason. Wilma Esther 
Warsaw, Indiana 
II Corinthians 2 14 

Maxwell. Charlynn 
Spring City. Tennessee 
Proverbs 17 22 

Mays. Sylvia Lynn 
Charlotte. North Carolina 
Micah 6:8 

Mazuntk, John David 



Ringoes, New Jersey 

I Corinthians 15:10 

McCarthy, Paul James 
Niles, Michigan 
Hebrews 1 1 :6 

McClelland, Leann Christine 
Tampa, Florida 

II Corinthians 12:9 

McElwain, Patrick Brian 
Jamestown, New York 
Psalms 27:4 

McKenzie, Linda Lou 
Charleston, West Virginia 
Colossians 1:18 

McLeod, David John 
Pekin, Illinois 
Proverbs 3:5-6 

McMichael, David Eugene 
Pascagoula, Mississippi 
Philippians 1:27 

Meznar, Joan Ellen 
Niteroi— Rio De Janeiro, Brazi 
Psalms 37:5 

Merritt, Vicki Denise 
Satellite Beach, Florida 
Colossians 3:17 

Mishow, George Britton 
Augusta, Georgia 
Joshua 1:9 

Moore, John D., Jr. 
Wilmington, North Carolina 

Murphey, Coleen Ruth 
Palatine, Illinois 
Psalms 71:3 

Nestor, Karen Marie 
St. Petersburg, Florida 
II Corinthians 4:8-9 

Newsome, Mark Bailey 
Monroe, Michigan 
Psalms 139:23-24 

Nicholas, Charles Linfred 
Lake Nebagamon, Wisconsin 
Jeremiah 9:24 

Nicholas, Shirley Ann 
Lake Nebagamon, Wisconsin 
Philippians 3:13-14 

North. Frances Caroline 
Stone Mountain, Georgia 
I Samuel 12:20-21 

Peterson. Robert Anthony 
Egg Harbor City, New Jersey 
Job 19:25 

Posey, Sherry Lynne 



Camden, Arkansas 
I Thessalonians 5:18 

Post, Carol Sue 
Absecon, New Jersey 
James 1:17 

Powell, Cecelia Matthews 
Chickamauga, Georgia 
Job 5:8-9 

Robertson, Catherine Gail 
Richmond, Virginia 
Psalms 138:8 

Rockafellow, Connie R. 
Worcester, New York 
Ephesians 5:20 

Ruark, Vicki Lynn 
Westland, Michigan 
Hebrews 10:23 

Sanders, Nancy Anne 
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 
Psalms 71:14 

Seymour, James R. 
I Cresson, Pennsylvania 

Staples, Timothy Charles 
Waxhaw, North Carolina 
Proverbs 14:26 

Starch, Debra Louise 
Kansas City, Kansas 
Psalms 16:11 

Strickland, Reginald Monroe 
Garner, North Carolina 
Psalms 30:5a 

Sutton, Wayne Bruce 
Evans City, Pennsylvania 
Psalms 91:1-2 

Swartz, Anna Marie 
Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 
Jeremiah 33:3 

Taylor, Howard Kimball 
Dayton, Tennessee 
I Corinthians 15:57 

Thrasher, Deborah Lynne 
Pensacola, Florida 
Luke 1:37 

Threatt, Donald Wayne 
Marshville, North Carolina 
John 5:24 

Timmins, Peter Riehm 
Media, Pennsylvania 
Ephesians 5:15-17 

Tobias, Marcia 
Signal Mountain, Tennessee 
Psalms 73:26 

Utz, Lori Kay 



Seven Fountains, Virginia 
Colossians 3:23 

Van Andel, David C. 
Muskegon, Michigan 
Philippians 4:8 

Van Der Poel, Dorothy Jane 
Prospectville, Pennsylvania 
Ephesians 5:15-17 

Vega, Jose Wilfredo 
Puerto Cortes, Honduras, LA. 
I Corinthians 13:11 

Wigden, Christine Louise 
Sandusky, New York 
Proverbs 15:30 

Wolfe, James Robert 
Indianapolis, Indiana 
Galatians 5:1 

Wood, Michael Odee 
Orange Park, Florida 
Philippians 3:2a 

Woodring, Roger Lee 
Ellijay, Georgia 
Proverbs 3:5-6 

Woodworth, Debra Carolyn 
Monroe Center, Illinois 
Colossians 2:7 

Young, Dorthy L. 
Spring City, Tennessee 
Matthew 6:33 

Senior Chapel 88 
Senior Trip 86-87 
Six Flags 166-167 
Soccer 140-143 
Softball 163 
Sophomores 62-68 
Student Senate 108-109 
Student Union 128-131 
Student Workers 104-105 
Tennis 160-162 
Time Out 75 
Trustees 110-111 
Volleyball 147-149 
Who's Who 77-85 
Women's Basketball 150-152 



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